Blues get better of former messiah Mourinho

Carlo Ancelotti continued his winning start as Chelsea boss on Tuesday night, after his new side ran out 2-0 winners against Inter Milan in the United States. It was Jose Mourinho’s first encounter against his former employers since departing Stamford Bridge in September 2007. A speculative first-half strike from Didier Drogba handed the Londoners an early advantage, and the Ivorian admitted he enjoyed the head-to-head clash with his former boss.

"It's always nice to see him, he was a big part of Chelsea's success and now we're moving on," he said.

"We have a new manager now and we're happy for him because he won his second game out of two so it's all good.

"We're working hard, this is only the start and we want to be ready for the start of the season."

Frank Lampard sealed the win from the penalty spot in their second game of their pre-season tour of the United States.

Chelsea continue their schedule against Inter's city rivals and Ancelotti's former club, AC Milan, on Saturday.

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